The debate over whether shops should be allowed to open whatever hours they choose.
BBC Radio Norfolk
The problems faced by owners of small shops in Norfolk, after recent knifepoint robberies.
Chris hears how the bells of Norfolk will be ringing in the Olympics at 8.12am.
Chris hears how the East Anglian Air Ambulance hopes to start night flying.
Chris looks at the local charities that are managing to survive tough economic times.
Chris finds out about proposed changes to ambulance coverage in South Norfolk.
Nicky Price sits in, and hears about a weekend of rescues off the local coastline.
Some Norfolk police officers will sleep in containers for the Olympics.
Chris finds out about localised floods in parts of the county last night.
Chris finds out why postmen will be using recording devices to map every house they visit.
Chris finds out about a scheme to help older people who are isolated in Norwich.
Chris finds out about the latest project from the John Innes Centre in Norwich.
Matthew Gudgin sits in, as an investigation starts after a car is hit by a train.
Chris hears how a bell has been stolen from a church in Easton.
Chris hears how one East Norfolk rescue centre has been overwhelmed with abandoned cats.
The Norfolk dads who think they get a raw deal after divorce or separation.
Norfolk's ambulance service says it will address fears about its coverage in rural areas.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and finds out about flood alerts for some of Norfolk's rivers.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and presents coverage of the Olympic torch relay in Norfolk.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and looks at preparations for the Olympic torch relay.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and finds out about the local charity Scotty's Little Soldiers.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and finds out about a rail manifesto to try and improve our trains.